Our story

With over two decades of industry experience, Zinfra has extensive specialist knowledge and capabilities to design, build, operate and maintain power and gas infrastructure for Australia’s asset owners.

The work we do and the skills and experience that come with it are essential to bringing energy to you safely, reliably and when you need it.

We offer our clients access to an array of comprehensive services including engineering and design, project management, construction, operations and maintenance, testing and commissioning, fault and emergency response, and asset management. Our expertise means we’re able to devise and implement safe, cost effective and quality driven, integrated solutions for energy transmission and distribution.

Our services are available across Australia, with offices and depots located in Victoria, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania. We also boast an ever evolving, diverse workforce of more than 1,700 people.

The work we do ranges from small projects that help keep the lights on and gas flowing, to multi- million dollar infrastructure projects and service contracts that are changing the nature of energy delivery in Australia today, as we move toward a low carbon emissions future.

Our backers

Zinfra is a wholly owned subsidiary of SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd (“SGSPAA”).

SGSPAA Group at a glance

  • Australian energy infrastructure assets and services company providing essential
    services to over 1.7 million customers across Australia

  • More than a century of experience and expertise in the utilities sector

  • Employing over 2,600 Australians across the Group

  • Backed by world-leading technology and electrical companies

Jemena, one of Australia’s largest energy infrastructure companies and part of the SGSPAA Group, owns and manages over $11b worth of assets within local energy distribution and transmission networks.

SGSPAA is owned by State Grid of China (60% ownership) and Singapore Power (40% ownership) through their international investment subsidiaries, State Grid International Development and Singapore Power International.

The State Grid Corporation of China is the world’s largest, and one of the most technologically advanced, electricity supply companies, with revenues of more than $350b annually.

Singapore Power Group is a leading energy utility company in the Asia Pacific, who own and operate electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in both Singapore and Australia.

Our clients

Zinfra proudly takes a long term approach to our relationships and contracts. We have worked with many of Australia’s leading utility companies in both regulated and unregulated markets, including clients across the power, gas, renewables, transport and resource sectors.

We offer dedicated and customised services, with teams across a variety of Australian locations that understand their regions in both a local and national operating context, allowing us to fulfil local energy demand and support regional growth.

Backed by world-leading technology and electrical companies, our approach combines rigour and the leveraging of specialist’ expertise in transmission and distribution networks for electricity and gas.

We understand the optimum ways to design, construct, operate and maintain energy infrastructure, to benefit our clients’ businesses and the end consumer in their communities.

As we move toward a low carbon future, Zinfra’s experienced workforce is at the forefront of our evolving energy industry, helping drive change through new energy models including renewable asset connections, stabilisation, distributed energy and energy storage solutions.

We are ready and eager to work with you to find safe, cost-effective, quality-driven and integrated solutions, to continue making a positive contribution to Australia’s energy future.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which we operate and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Pictured: Artwork by Aboriginal artist Chern’ee Sutton from Mount Isa for our Group’s Reconciliation Action Plan.